Robert Lewandowski is reconsidering his future at Bayern Munich amid interest from the Premier League, report the Independent.
Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are all thought to be monitoring his situation in what could be a bidding war upwards of £70m.
English clubs have retained an interest in the Pole since his days with Borussia Dortmund, though he ultimately opted to make a controversial switch to Bayern Munich in 2014.
However, the lure of a new challenge as the 27-year old is well within his prime is understood to be a major factor in his doubts over whether he will remain in Bavaria or not.
Under contract until 2019, the German giants are in no rush to sell, though their hands may be forced.
Should he become available, Real Madrid are said to also be interested in landing the player as they look for more Galacticos to feed the huge marketing machine in the Spanish capital.